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Tori Spelling's husband has left rehab

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Tori Spelling's husband has checked out of rehab.

Dean McDermott, who entered a treatment facility in Los Angeles for personal issues early last month after he was accused of cheating on the former 'Beverly Hills 90210' star, was spotted outside their home with the couple's eldest daughter Stella, five, on Monday (02.24.14).

The 'Chopped Canada' host, 47, was carrying several children's car seats away from the property, according to UsMagazine.com.

Tori, who also has three other children, Liam, six, Hattie, two, and 18-month-old Finn, with her husband of seven years, was not present.

A source recently admitted the 40-year-old star isn't sure whether she can save her marriage.

The insider said: "Tori keeps waffling. Even if they reconcile, it's going to be hard to trust him," but added: "Tori doesn't want her kids to grow up without their dad in the house."

The couple are scheduled to film another reality TV show 'Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever' this spring, according to Deadline, and the actress has already starting working on the show.

Moving vans were seen transferring furniture out of their rental home in Encino, California last Thursday (02.20.14), and a spokesperson told the MailOnline website: "It was production. She was shooting some interviews for her show. She's not moving."

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